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Sounds like lots of fun for everyone and you gave lots of information to the children. How old were the students in this class?

I'd love to link from my Chinese New Year blog so we can all share how we bring culture into the schools.

Kent Ninomiya

The holiday usually begins on the first day of the first lunar month. This makes the lunar calendar much more accurate than the Julian calendar. Jokes are often made about the Chinese being backward for celebrating the new year late. In reality the west celebrates the new year early.

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